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High Street Dupes: Student Style Save

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It’s the beginning of term, the beginning of a new chapter and, for most of us, the beginning of the slippery slope into your overdraft! With all of this new found freedom, it can be hard to manage your pennies…especially when a night out in the city centre, followed by … Read More

Man Stabbed in Leeds City Centre

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A cordon is in place over half of Briggate in Leeds City Centre, following reports that a man has been stabbed. The incident occurred at the junction of Briggate and The Headrow, with a separate cordon placed at the front of Sports Direct. The victim has been confirmed as a … Read More

Cream Rebuilt for Anniversary Year

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Cream HQ has a double celebration this year with Creamfields celebrating 20 years and the 25 year anniversary of Cream @ Nation – the club where it all began. To mark the occasion and for one weekend only the ever creative team behind the award winning festival have just unveiled … Read More

Police confirm Leeds Beckett student died in Manchester bombing

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Police have confirmed that Courtney Boyle, 19, died in the terror attack on Manchester Arena. The Leeds Beckett University student was reported missing following the bomb blast at the Ariana Grande concert on Monday night. Miss Boyle attended the concert with her mother’s partner, 32-year-old Phil Tron. His death has … Read More

FAC51: House Gets the Classic Treatment

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With support from a 35-piece orchestra, two US house music legends, a host of special guests – including an appearance from the one and only maraca-shaking Bez – Haçienda residents Graeme Park and Mike Pickering recreated ‘the good old days’ with an acid-inspired Classical event at First Direct Arena and … Read More

Corbyn’s visit to Leeds: the speech that dismantled mainstream media rhetoric

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In addressing masses and masses of people in Leeds on Monday, Jeremy Corbyn completely dismantled all pre-existing Tory rhetoric of him as a man who, firstly, cannot unite his party, and secondly, conveys nothing but weak leadership. An estimated three to four thousand people gathered outside Brudenell Social Club; some … Read More

Hilary Benn speaks at Leeds University to support fossil fuel divestment

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Leeds University hosted the panel discussion on climate change and climate leadership, which focused on the rapidly growing Divest Parliament campaign, as well as efforts to divest in Leeds. This follows the announcement that over 50 MPs have signed a petition to remove fossil fuel investment from the parliamentary pensions fund. … Read More

The election has to be about more than Brexit

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Theresa May shocked us all when she called a General Election on the steps of Downing Street for June 8th. What was more shocking however, was her ‘reasoning’ behind her decision. She explained that she had decided to do so on the basis that Westminster wasn’t united behind her EU … Read More

Review: Ghost In The Shell – just as good as the original

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Ghost in The Shell has been marred by the controversy surrounding its whitewashing since its release, and has suffered commercially because of it. George Jackson asks whether the film itself is deserving of such harsh criticism… Since it’s release, many have heavily criticised the white-washing of the film, but – … Read More

The problem with 13 Reasons Why

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The Netflix show has divided opinion with its portrayal of mental health. Eve explains why the show is an inaccurate representation, and why it could be damaging for some of its viewers: I have many issues with the new Netflix series 13 Reasons Why. In fact I have many more … Read More